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PRINT May 1987

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With the radio on to a mystery program me, and as I looked out the window and saw a sign that said USE COOPER’S PAINT and I said, “Okay, I will,” we rolled across the hoodwink night of the Louisiana plains.

Jack Kerouac, On the Road

The dogs of art are howling for Andy. Who is left to like everything? Andy liked everything that was ingenious, outlandish, obvious. But he also liked the things nobody had ever bothered to like. In an age of peace and love when everybody hated the system, Andy said he didn’t believe in love and then he loved everything.

That’s really great. That’s so great.

Andy Warhol

ANDY TOOK PURCHASES as votes and purchasing power as infinitely transmutable juice. Purchasing renews and empowers. Purchase is affirmation. Affirmation is the magic that makes life worth living.

When you’re buying, your providing for the future; the more the future is invested in, stocked up for,

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